You can microdose a lot of things. Advil. Love. Skills.

All kinds of things.

The key is to do something.

You can probably walk one lap around the neighborhood, right? A micro-lap.

You can probably say one nice thing to your spouse today. Micro-compliments.

You can probably take a small nap if you feel like you need it. A micro-snooze.

And sure, you can microdose LSD to feel better about yourself. I don’t know anything about that, but it seems all the rage on social media. I’d recommend you not. But I’m not your doctor, either.

Instead, keep moving forward. One small step at a time.

Learn a new skill. Do you know how to sew on a button, for example? Time to micro-learn something new.

What about a pivot table in Google Sheets? You can do it.

Often, it’s near impossible to learn everything there’s to know about something all at once. It takes years of exploration, use, testing, and poking a stick at something until you know what you’re doing. Micro-steps. For a long time.

So the next time you’re faced with a big task, or a new job, or something you know very little about, start with small steps. Microdose your progress.

After all, micro-dosing is how you become invincible to iocaine powder. A little goes a long way.

It’s more than most are willing to do.

* Iocaine powder is among the deadlier poisons known to man, and as you know, one can build up a tolerance to iocaine by gradually ingesting trace doses over time.